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Kalyani   22 April 2020

Mental capacity act

My mother is 90 years old and she had a stroke in 2016 leaving her completely paralysed her physically and mentally. She has some agricultural land ,one individual house and a flat solely on her name and bank accounts. She has made a will which is registerd in India. She has given a power of attorney to me in Uk, which we assumed will be valid in India. Unfortunately we were not aware that it has to be registered in India within 3 months. Now she is capable of giving another POA. I am her only daughter and have to deal with her property in India and I am unable to proceed in any way. Please could you kindly advise what is the legal procedure in this situation.


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Arun   22 April 2020

Greetings!

we understood your situation, you need to adjudicate the power given by your mother within stipulated time. but you unable to get another POA from her due to mental capacity.

for further clarification reach us @9841844223

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